post a picture of bigfoot and the lochness monster while you are at it.
geohot has done a lot of work on the iPhone/iPod Touch hacking. Also,
Hotz was a finalist at the 2005 ISEF competition, with his project "The Googler".
Continuing with robots, Hotz competed in his school's highly successful Titanium Knights battlebots team. George also worked on his project, "Neuropilot," in which he was able to read EEG signals off his head with hardware from the OpenEEG project. Hotz competed in the 2007 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair
, a science competition for high school students, where his project, entitled "I want a Holodeck
," received awards and prizes in several categories.
Hotz has received considerable attention in mainstream media, including interviews on the Today Show
, ABC CNBC
, and articles in several magazines, newspapers, and websites, including Forbes
]. The Forbes article said Hotz hopes to go into neuroscience: "hacking the brain," he called it. In March 2008, PC World magazine listed George as one of the top 10 Overachievers under 21.
In December 2007, Hotz travelled to Sweden to attend the Stockholm International Youth Science Seminar and talk about his 3-D imaging invention (called Project Holodeck) that netted him a $20,000 Intel prize earlier that year.